Category Archives: Personal Journey

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Out of the Pit: Now What?

It’s never too late to make big changes.  But it does require big desire and commitment. Continue reading

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“Baby Ducks”:  the Art of Re-framing

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Allowing others to be however they are creates space for me to be who I am.  Continue reading

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Dare To Be Your True Self

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The Last Word is a good film for anyone who believes they’ve failed their life or are afraid to follow their heart. Continue reading

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Independence Day!

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Personal independence means different things to different people, including your level of evolution as a conscious human being. Continue reading

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Witnessing My Life

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Instead of looking for answers from friends, sometimes the best way to handle your challenging situation is by allowing yourself to just “BE”, and enjoy the movie of your life. In other words, become the “witness” of your life. Continue reading

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Elizabethtown (Movie): A Different Perspective

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Elizabethtown (movie) offers a different perspective for understanding family and relationships, and for dealing with issues like failure and grief. Continue reading

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Determine What You Want in Your Partner

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Watching how characters behave in The Wedding Date (2005) movie can suggest ideas for your list of what you want and what you absolutely do not want in your next relationship partner. Continue reading

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Feeling Stuck?

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How to make a life change without killing yourself. Continue reading

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Handling Frustration, Part 2

Throughout our lives, we give our power away, little by little, in a variety of ways, anytime we’re not in the present moment. But there are simple ways to reclaim that power and be whole again. Continue reading

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Feeling Frustrated? Try Shooter!

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Shooter was made for people who “stuff it.”  Continue reading

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Gifts from Working with the Drifter

The gifts of working with the drifter were beyond simply getting the garage cleaned out. His irritating behavior allowed me to identify what I could do to have more joy, fewer hassles in my life. Continue reading

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The Drifter, Part 11: 4th day of the third 5-day contract

I hired The Drifter on September 14 and we had been working on my Clear Clutter with Feng Shui garage project three weeks so far. For each week, I typed a contract listing tasks to be completed and deadlines. We both signed that piece of paper, and The Drifter got a copy. So far, he had done as he pleased, showing up if and when he chose, and not following directions from his employer, me. Continue reading

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The Drifter, Part 3

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I was so proud of him — not only for being informed but for applying in his own life what he’d learned. Continue reading

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The Drifter, Part 2

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Fascinating how the Universe steps in with what you need when you make a decision to take action. Continue reading

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The Drifter, Part 1

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The homeless, broken man came back again, but will he show up tomorrow? Continue reading

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Changed Course

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I will no longer give my power away by judging the “ickies.” I will trust the process of life instead. Continue reading

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The Gift of My Weird Publishing Project

And now I realize that the real gift of doing my weird indie publishing project has been the opportunity to continue healing myself because all that stuff that happened so long ago had affected my current life in ways I could not imagine. Continue reading

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The Journey of a Self-Publisher is Paved with Good Intentions

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“I couldn’t allow any room for excuses if I wanted to make my mark in the publishing business.” Continue reading

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What’s it like to be an indie author?

Author Cynet Brown shares her journey as an indie. Continue reading

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“Why” Do My Weird Indie Project?

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The unexpected gift of writing the trilogy: it was about my weird relationship with Mom and the underlying reason for being intensely depressed so long ago. Continue reading